Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Launch Space graduate incubator recruiting now
Have you graduated from a UK University in the last five years and have a business idea you’d like to put into action? Launch Space provides free desk space and business support for graduate-led, innovative and high-tech businesses at various s (More)
Employability in Applied Sciences wrote: Think Different, Be Different! Develop an Enterprise Mindset
Mr Iheanyi Ibe, Enterprise Adviser at UWE Bristol and Coordinator of the Student Ventures Hub recently delivered a workshop on Enterprise as part of the Department of Applied Sciences Monthly Employability programme. Iheanyi gained a first degree (More)
Research, Business and Innovation wrote: Invest, Connect, Explore 2019
On Wednesday 08 May, the University Enterprise Zone hosted their annual networking event: Invest, Connect, Explore (ICE) 2019. ICE 2019 gave local businesses the chance to meet the ambitious businesses based in UWE Bristol’s University Enterp (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: BLCC Annual Review 2018-19
We are delighted to share with you the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre Annual Review 2018-19. This annual review has been compiled to give an insight into some of the key projects we have been involved in over the past 12 months, as well as& (More)
Guest post by Thomas Allan, Fellow, Centre for Welfare Reform What if Universities were seen as institutions with responsibilities to the societies they inhabit? What hope for a citizen-led, participatory curriculum to equip us with the knowledg (More)
Faculty of Business and Law wrote: 'Becoming Enterprising': A collaborative workshop
On Monday 11 June, the Bristol Leadership and Change Centre (BLCC) hosted a collaborative workshop on how to get enterprise into the curriculum. Throughout the day, guests discussed three scenarios around the topic: Scenario 1: What do we mean (More)
By Dr Pam Seanor.   On Monday 11 June, BLCC hosted the "Becoming enterprising" collaborative workshop. The workshop was attended by differing practitioners: those taking a critical approach in our teaching and research, those new to (More)
By Dr Pam Seanor.   The idea of this book took off from the 3E conference with invited participants who, like us, had voiced their interest and concerns regarding entrepreneurship education, experiencing a gap between entrepreneurship practi (More)